As I started to teach adjectives in my classroom, I felt like my students needed a visual to remind them of what an adjective is.  This page not only does this, but also gives them examples of what an adjective could be.  In our district, we have a poster machine where we can blow these up into posters.

All About Adjectives ~ A List To Guide Kids To Use More Adjectives

Change this to "How do you think the character feels?" and hang in story corner to facilitate discussions. Might help students elaborate a little on the "good", "bad" and "sad" answers that sometimes lean on. At the bottom, add a "why do you think that" or a "how do you know" to help with inferencing.

Feeling faces are great for little ones that have a hard time finding the right word to describe their emotions. It works great with a feeling journal to help them learn what the feeling is and what the facial features might be in each situation.

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Touch:  Label lunch bags 1-10; collect 10 objects (e.g., an apple, crayon, flip-flop, etc.); place one object in each bag and staple the bag shut; have students feel and guess what is inside.

British Columbia Kindergarten Science Processes of Science "use the five senses to make observations" Five Senses - Touch Bags: Let children feel object with bag closed and try to guess what's inside. Good for inferring too.

This is a wonderful lesson. It was done for a sixth grade class but I'm going to find a way to tailor it for my third graders.

'YourKids' Teacher: Erasing Meanness This is a great four day anti-bullying program that could be run to show the effect bullying has on others and the impact children can have on eachother by being positive

Positive Personality Adjectives List:   List of 100 common personality adjectives that describe people positively

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This freebie includes directions on how to play an adjective game called, "What Am I Holding?"  It is very simple and doesn't cost anything!  All you need is a blindfold and objects around your classroom!  This can also be a fun way to assess your students' knowledge about adjectives!

This freebie includes directions on how to play adjective game called, "What Am I Holding?" If we play this, we will hold the objects behind the seated blindfold.

When it comes to planning for your special occasion, be sure to include in your thank you note an adjective that shows your gratitude and appreciation. Mention to your guest how you intend to use the gift and reiterate your thanks. The following samples are perfect ways to orchestrate a thank you note for your

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Why does he need to be noted as black?  I really think color wouldn't be an issue in this country of we stopped taking about it so much. For example,  he doesn't need to be mentioned as a "black" student.  If they want to put an adjective in front of him why not "genius" or "determined?"

Start saying people's names. This is not just some "black Chicago student." How about "This is Kevin Stonewall, and he's on the verge of finding a cure for cancer.